℗ 2014 The Island Def Jam Music Group
Duration 39m 21s
Record Label UMe Direct 2
Release Date January 1, 1985
Genre Rock
 

Asylum

Kiss

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1.1
King Of The Mountain
Kiss
4:19
1.2
Any Way You Slice It
Kiss
4:03
1.3
Who Wants To Be Lonely
Kiss
4:02
1.4
Trial By Fire
Kiss
3:44
1.5
I'm Alive
Kiss
3:51
1.6
Love's A Deadly Weapon
Kiss
3:32
1.7
Tears Are Falling
Kiss
3:55
1.8
Secretly Cruel
Kiss
3:52
1.9
Radar For Love
Kiss
4:00
1.10
Uh! All Night
Kiss
4:03
Duration    39m 21s
"The last of the mid 80s trilogy of successful Kiss pop-metal albums ... real good news for old school fans ..." - UltimateClassicRock.com Asylum was guitarist Bruce Kulick's debut with the band, making him the band's third replacement lead guitarist in four years. Unlike his short-lived predecessors, he stayed in the lineup for over 10 years and made a significant contribution to the Kiss catalogue. Paul Stanley's melodic song Tears Are Falling was released as a single and did fairly well, peaking at number 20 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – UMe Direct 2 Studio Masters

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